Edited by David Bradford and Anahita Jamali Rad, House House Press publishes poetry chapbooks, pamphlets and ephemera operating outside of the prevailing lyrical and experimental aesthetics. Established in 2018 in Tiohtiá:ke/Montréal on the unceded traditional lands of the Kanien’kehá:ka people, we seek out rigorous politics of peripherality, scaffoldings for debris, studies of mess, and everything in between, with a primary focus on radical BIPOC writing practices.

For practitioners wildering on the outskirts of the medium, House House Press hopes to be a sounding off, scheming on and calling into what the room may look like with us and our work there together, enjoying ourselves.